Custom T-Shirts for white house
White House photo op, being a little silly by OK - DC Kids - about 1 month ago
TeamSam at the White House! by TeamSam - 2 months ago
"On June 1, 2014, TeamSam (12 year old Sam and his best friends) participated in the JDRF Walk to Cure Juvenile Diabetes (also known as Type 1 Diabetes). This complex, life long condition, strikes children and young adults in the prime of their lives and requires complex monitoring and treatment with insulin on a daily basis. Our experience with CustomInk was amazing from the start. We waited until a few days before the Walk to order shirts, and they helped us to quickly design an awesome shirt with guaranteed delivery in just three days! The customer service was topnotch. CustomInk then exceeded all possible expectations by donating to the Walk to Cure Diabetes on behalf of TeamSam! I have never before been so touched and amazed by a commerical vendor's act of kindness. Thank you CustomInk for helping make this a memorable and successful event!!! Warmly, Karen (Sam's Mom)"
St. Brendan's Model UN Trip to Washington! by Martha Campos - 6 months ago
"Our school went to Washington for a debate competition. We all wanted a memory of this trip so we decided to make shirts. I ordered them on customink and it was easy and their service was amazing! I couldn't believe how good their service was. We wore these shirts to the White House and that is where this photo is taken! Thank you customink! "
St. Brendan's Debate Competition in Washington! by Martha Campos - 6 months ago
"Our school went to a debate competition in Washington. We ordered shirts for all of us to where on the last day. We wore the shirts to the White House and that is where this photo is taken! We love our shirts and were complimented on them (: we loved customink and the amazing service they have! "
Polk Family Reunion DC 2012 by tdthreats - about 2 years ago
MVA 8th Grade Tours White House by Montverde Academy Class of 2015 - almost 4 years ago
"24 of Montverde Academy's 8th graders explored our nation's capitol as a means to supplement their study of U.S. History. They spent 3 nights and 4 days in Washington D.C. learning and seeing the many historical sites in the city and surrounding area. In this picture, the students had just finished a tour of the White House. Perhaps one of them will be our future president!"